After taking a stab at blending CharlieRED’s “Could Be” with J Dilla’s “The Wind” for “Could.Be.The.Wind,” PSImDope decided to blend Rocki Evans and Cobaine Ivory’s entire Religion EP with some of her favorite Dilla beats. The end result? Religious.Donuts. Stream/download after the jump.
By now everybody who is a fan of J Dilla should have this track, but now an official version of Jay Dee’s ode to pickups has been released as a 12″ clear vinyl now available over at RapCats. The long-lost album, The Diary is supposed to drop this year; we shall see…
“Center Of The Movement” music video was made in support of all of the individuals and businesses featured in the businesses, including the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, whose owner Khalid El-Hakim is publishing the new book “The Center of the Movement: Collecting Hip Hop Memorabilia” to be released on Moore Black Press.
First came the trailer, now here goes the latest episode of FUSE’s Crate Diggers series (which has featured Lord Finesse, Diamond D, Just Blaze, DJ Rhettmatic and more). Press play and watch as J Rocc and DJ Spinna run through Dilla’s vinyl collection. Rest In Paradise Dilla Dawg.
Taking a relatively new stab at blending, PSImDope decided to put together my favorite cut off CharlieRED’s Religion EP with Dilla Dawg’s “The Wind”. And for whatever reason she chose to do so, I’m glad she did as this is pretty fresh.
The NSC ambassador is back with another tribute to Dilla Dawg, this time saluting his born day. Tony is currently cooking up his next project A Carolina State of Mind in the lab, due out Spring/Summer.
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In celebration of the musical legacy of James “J. Dilla” Yancey, Fuse takes you to Detroit to celebrate the life of J Dilla and people who have worked closely with him like Talib Kweli, House Shoes, his mom and more speak on his legacy.